From north-west to south-east, the Weavers’ Way begins at Cromer and ends in Great Yarmouth.
Along the route there are public transport stops, pubs, cafés and places to stay and explore.
The table below outlines what facilities are available at the main population centres along the route and at the start and finish.
|Cromer||0||Pubs, cafes, accommodation, shops, museums and parking|
|Felbrigg||3||Felbrigg Hall, café|
|Aldborough||8.5||Pub, accommodation, post office and shop|
|Erpingham||11||Pub, accommodation and caravan and camping site|
|Blickling||14.5||Blickling Hall, café and pub|
|Aylsham||16.5||Pubs, cafés and tea rooms, shops and accommodation|
|North Walsham||23.5||Pubs, cafés and tea rooms, shops and accommodation|
|Stalham||31||Pubs, cafés and tea rooms, shops and accommodation|
|Hickling||34.5||Pub and accommodation|
|Potter Heigham||42||Shops, café, accommodation and pub|
|Repps with Bastwick||43||Camping and caravan park|
|Oby||45.5||Camping and caravan|
|Acle||49.5||Pubs, cafés, shops and accommodation|
|Halvergate||52.5||Accommodation and pub|
|Berney Arms||56||Pub (Seasonal)|
|Great Yarmouth||61||Pubs, cafés, shops, museums and accommodation|